Recent Submissions

  • Settlements of the Avar Khaganate 

    Herold, H (Archaeological Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 1 January 2019)
    This study reviews and discusses the archaeology of settlements in the territory of the Avar Khaganate. These sites are located in the Carpathian Basin (present-day Hungary and adjacent areas) and can be dated to c. the ...
  • Seasonal records of palaeoenvironmental change and resource use from archaeological assemblages 

    Pryor, AJE; Prendergast, A; Reade, H; et al. (Elsevier / Association for Environmental Archaeology, 25 August 2018)
    Seasonal climate variability can affect the availability of food, water, shelter and raw materials. Therefore, robust assessments of relationships between environmental change and changes in human behaviour require an ...
  • Reflections on Gravettian firewood procurement near the Pavlov Hills, Czech Republic 

    Pryor, AJE; Pullen, A; Beresford-Jones, DG; et al. (Elsevier, 31 May 2016)
    This paper draws attention to firewood as a natural resource that was gathered, processed and consumed on a daily basis by Palaeolithic groups. Using Gravettian occupation of the Pavlovsk� Hills as a case study (dated ...
  • The legacy of 4,500 years of polyculture agroforestry in the eastern Amazon 

    Maezumi, SY; Alves, D; Robinson, M; et al. (Springer Nature, 23 July 2018)
    The legacy of pre-Columbian land use in the Amazonian rainforest is one of the most controversial topics in the social1-10 and natural sciences11,12. Until now, the debate has been limited to discipline-specific studies, ...
  • Out of Amazonia: Late Holocene Climate Change and the Tupi-Guarani Trans-Continental Expansion 

    Iriarte, J; Richard Smith, RS; Jonas Gregorio de Souza, JS; et al. (SAGE Publications, 26 October 2016)
    The late Holocene expansion of the Tupi-Guarani languages from southern Amazonia to SE South America constitutes one of the largest expansions of any linguistic family in the world, spanning ~ 4000 km between latitudes 0°S ...

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